It’s that time of the year when the calendar is full of festivals lined up every few weeks, the wardrobes spilling with new clothes, the kitchens become the epicentre of aromas and dishes, houses getting a facelift with fresh paints and decorations and rangolis. It’s like a surge of energy passing through the entire country,…
Indian mythology is a storehouse of captivating stories and vibrant characters. It is filled up with a wide spectrum of life lessons. Rooted in ancient civilisations and nurtured over millennia, Indian mythology weaves together an intricate tapestry of beliefs, traditions and cultural heritage.
Living life is about experiences, and experiences will happen only when we decide to take that first step away from the normal. This one step is the most difficult and yet somehow will lead us to the most fulfilling journey.
The book review of The Doctor of Aleppo was not an easy task. It is one of those books which lingers for long after it’s over. It’s haunting, in a poetic way, while it spins the story of loss, destruction, hopelessness and unrequited love.
The New Year started with a bang in total Bollywood style, or more correctly Tollywood style. It’s got the whole audience jigging to Naatu-Naatu. There couldn’t be a better way to begin the year. It’s a positive and encouraging news and the song has got the world dancing to its tune.
The FIFA 2022 has made sure our evenings are booked. Instead of enjoying some quiet moments, we’re all shouting and cheering for our favourite teams. FIFA is one festival which is passionately celebrated the world over together!
The first three books covered the lives of the central characters of Rama, Sita and Ravana, each intersecting each other’s lives at crucial points. Book 4 of the Ramachandra series is the ultimate culmination of the series of events over the lifetime of the three protagonists. The War of Lanka is the battle of all battles; of good versus evil, of duty versus pride, of dharma versus adharma.
At the beginning of every year, I religiously set a target for myself – the number of books I’m going to read in the year. I’m proud to say till this year I’ve always managed to meet the target and had even surpassed it some years (oh yes!). But this year, I realised that I had not met the target; actually, I was way, way below the mark. My excuse – it’s been a crazy year. I know I used the excuse last year also but this year I’m admitting it. Feeling a little bad about it but no worries I have still managed to read some fantastic books and loved the time I spent with them. Here are the top 5 books of 2021 I super enjoyed.